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Joined: 6:49 AM - Aug 16, 2006

5:17 AM - Aug 31, 2006 #1

<r>Check out some quotes at <URL url="http://www.insurancepaylite.com"><s></s><B><s></s>Insurancepaylite<e></e></B><e></e></URL> they have a couple of known companies here. so it's cool. anyways, what insurance do you actually need? is it for your car or just a health insurance? here's a view wth health and car.<br/>
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1. Fee-for-Service<br/>
These plans generally assume that the medical professional will be paid a fee for each service provided to the patient. Patients are seen by a doctor of their choice and the claim is filed by either the medical provider or the patient.<br/>
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2. Managed Care<br/>
More than half of all Americans have some kind of managed-care plan. Various plans work differently and can include: health maintenance organizations (HM0s), preferred provider organizations (PPOs) and point-of-service (POS) plans. These plans provide comprehensive health services to their members and offer financial incentives to patients who use the providers in the plan.<br/>
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for cars:<br/>
Age is a major consideration. Old vehicles pay a higher premium than new ones. The type and model of the vehicle has a major role also. When buying car/auto insurance online, there are sites that provide automated tools. They’re using an auto coverage analyzer where you have to answer a few question about your financial standing, automobile condition, etc. From this information it will generate what category of coverage you need.<br/>
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hope this helps. goodluck.</r>
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Joined: 1:08 AM - Aug 16, 2006

9:29 AM - Aug 31, 2006 #2

Do not be a smart-ass.
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